Depends on the state....Usually most states hold this to be harmless error that can be corrected immediately or by reissuing the ticket. Mainly it depends upon whether your ticket correctly informs you of your charge. I live in Southwest Michigan and my Girlfriend got a minor parking ticket in a subdivision. The Officer who wrote the ticket did not enter my Girlfriend's license plate number correctly and mistakenly entered an "F" instead of an "E". My Girlfriend called to ask if the ticket should be waived because of the officer's error and the county office waived the entire ticket. Other than that one letter the entire parking ticket was correct and accurate. The make/model, color, and violation were all correct. However, because the error was made by the officer, the ticket was void.
If all the other information on the ticket is correct, no, it is highly unlikely. .
It is highly unlikely that any police officer would purposely write such a thing on a ticket. It is probably a misspelling of 'gray'.
Yellow or white
pink for puffs mate
yes it does y u askin this is incorrect
ticket to ride
If the ticket is deficient in some critical item then it will likely be dismissed. If it is missing something like the color of the car, that will not affect the ticket.
The color of the blood is RED, the color of the vein is bluish color, that is why it looks like your blood color is blue when you look at them. If you heard of a story that your blood turns color RED when your blood is exposed to oxygen, that is incorrect.
you might make an incorrect identification
Generally not. Unless the error is such that you cannot understand the charge it will probably not be dismissed. Your eye or hair color, even the color of the car is not important to the charge. ========================================== There's basically no error that will beat a ticket.
This is an incorrect spelling of the word "sepia" which itself is a darkish-brown color or the tones and shades of brown that give a faded impression of aging.
When formatting text, a careless color choice may elicit the incorrect psychological response true or false
no but it is incorrect, it should be "An attractive salad serves as an accent for the meal in both color and texture."
Her biography doesn't give that information.
There are a number of websites that give information about HTML colors. These include HTML Color Codes, Wikipedia, Color Scheme Designer and Color Hex.
i would like to know all information on animal bats. Their blood color and why it has that color?
This depends on a few different things, such as ticket condition (graded/raw, creases, corner dings, edge chips, etc), ticket color (blue, gold, green, or purple), etc.
Royalty INCORRECT! Green is royalty Purple is mysterious No, the first person was right, purple represents loyalty and wealth. The person who said green shows royalty is actually incorrect. Green represents envy.
There is no record of Cleopatra's eye color. Any information about her eye color or hair color is speculation.
Presuming your saying a ticket was issued for a car that isn't yours: You simply need to contact the court, generally the Clerk there, and say what the story is. They will generally tell you to provide the proof...for example that your car is a different make/model/color than that on the ticket (seen on the registration), or lisc. plate is different, etc. and they will remove the ticket. If the car the ticket was given to is registered to you and has the plate identified, then the ticket is yours.